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Once again, this is where routines can outsmart feelings . Sure, you might feel like watching cat videos, but every morning, you sit down at your computer and open a blank document.

You write for two hours (or whatever your routine entails) and you don’t bother taking your emotional temperature.

Progress ensues. Then you repeat, repeat, repeat.

3. Delegate wheneverpossible

The other day, I had a great idea during my morning workout. It was one of these eyebrow-raising lightbulb moments.

Unfortunately, it had nothing to do with my three focus areas I mentioned above. So, I made a note in my phone and asked our COO to follow my mental thread.

I was tempted to chase it myself, but I knew I had to stay focused.

I realize that delegation isn’t always possible, especially when you’re just starting out or money is tight. JotForm is a bootstrapped company .

We’ve never taken a dime in outside funding , so I know what it’s like to watch every dollar.

But when it’s possible, delegation can pay off, big time. Offload an activity if:

You can regain precious time, energy or focus Someone else can do it better. The importance of enjoying theride

We’ve talked a lot about everyday motivation. But how do you sustain your drive for the long run ?

It’s an important question. The answer will look a little different for everyone, but ultimately, we’re all motivated by joy and meaning.

Guardian columnist (and The Antidote author) Oliver Burkeman first led me to Buddhist teacher Susan Piver . Tired of forcing herself to be “good” and master the daily to-do list, Piver decided instead to focus on the pleasure of her work:

“Once I remembered that my motivation is rooted in genuine curiosity and my tasks are in complete alignment with who I am and want to be, my office suddenly seemed like a playground rather than a laborcamp.”

She asked herself what would be fun to do and then focused on what she loved about each activity.

In the end, her day looked the same as it did when she was “disciplined” — but the experience was nearly effortless:

“Yes, discipline is critical, just like all the teacherssay.

And there is definitely stuff that needs doing that is just never going to be fun, like paying bills and cleaning the catbox.

But I suggest that instead of being disciplined about hating on yourself to get things done, try being disciplined about remaining close to what brings youjoy.”

Talk about a perspective shift. We all go through tough times, work at jobs we don’t love and endure genuine unfairness.

But if you’re struggling to do something you care deeply about, go easy on yourself.

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NEW YORK , Feb. 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --Smart toy and technology developer Elemental Path today announced their new line of connected toys, CogniToys, which evolve alongside children as they learn and grow. The first toy powered by cognitive computing system IBM Watson , Elemental Path launched its Coach Logo CapToe Flats Buy Cheap Get Authentic Buy Cheap Eastbay Buy Cheap Manchester Outlet View Low Shipping R9zsNS
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CogniToys will bring a new gateway of smart, entertaining and interactive learning experiences to kids in the digital age. They combine the Elemental Path friendgine, a proprietary platform that supports full speech recognition, with IBM Watson's cognitive computing and natural language processing capabilities. Highlight features of the first CogniToy—a mini dinosaur—include:

"Our goal is to provide toy companions that combine the promise of today's digital innovations with the curiosity implicit in play," said Donald Coolidge , co-founder, Elemental Path. "By integrating Watson , the most advanced AI in the world, with our advanced capabilities, we're bringing a first-of-its-kind product to consumers. We're poised to break into the toy market while aiming to inspire learning and interaction as kids make discoveries about the world around them."

Best suited for children aged four to seven, Elemental Path's first CogniToys will be available for pre-order via Kickstarter for $99.99 .

Elemental Path is an IBM Business Partner and active member of the Watson Developer Cloud community, where it continues to explore new, creative ways to apply cognitive computing technologies to transform industries and professions.

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The next generation of smart toys that learn and grow with each child, CogniToys are a new gateway to smart, fun and interactive learning for children in the digital age. Harnessing the power of IBM Watson, all CogniToys are internet-connected and speech-enabled to deliver highly personalized, engaging play experiences. CogniToys are designed, developed and manufactured by interactive technology developer Elemental Path, based in New York . For more information, visit .

IBM Watson is a cognitive computing system that uses natural language processing, machine learning and advanced analytics to process information in a manner that is similar to the way people think. The company is investing $1 billion into the Watson Group, focusing on development and research and bringing cloud-delivered cognitive applications and services to market. This includes $100 million available for venture investments to support IBM's ecosystem of start-ups and businesses building cognitive apps made with Watson .

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If a smart toy is #1 on your kid’s gift list, the FBI offers several tips to help reduce risks. Just as you tell your kids, it’s important to do your homework.

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Many of the same basic rules for staying safe online apply to safe smart toy play as well. For example:

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